Justin Brownlee wants to improve after having his worst shooting night in his PBA career

Justin Brownlee wants to improve after having his worst shooting night in his PBA career

After having his worst shooting game in PBA history, JUSTIN Brownlee promises to recover.

In a 95-82 defeat to TNT Tropang Giga that tied the Governors’ Cup finals at one game each, the Barangay Ginebra resident import was restricted to an all-time low 18.8 percent clip from the field and reflected the offensive difficulties of the reigning champions.

Brownlee, 34, finished with 12 points on 3-of-16 field goal shooting, including 0-of-5 from three-point range, snapping a run of 77 games in which he hit at least one three-point shot since the 2019 Governors’ Cup.

After the defeat, the three-time Best Import winner is aware that he let the Kings down.

“I believed that I could have played much better from the start, especially by myself. As an import, I felt like I somehow let my team down. I had positive moments in other areas, but I need to improve when setting those common figures for an import “Brownlee stated.

Did Brownlee contribute enough?

Brownlee made up for his weaknesses in other areas by pulling down 12 rebounds, dishing out 8 assists, and blocking 2 shots.

Nevertheless, the Kings needed more from him than what he provided in game one of the series, when he set the tone by scoring 17 of his 31 points in the opening period on the way to a 102-90 victory.

Nonetheless, the Gilas Pilipinas naturalized player acknowledged Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, his TNT rival, for the defense she applied to him.

“The game Jefferson played was excellent on both ends of the floor. You must commend them for recovering greatly “said he.
“You should be really proud of TNT. In terms of how they were protecting me, they changed their strategy.”

Given the frequency with which Brownlee has struggled in the past yet recovered the next game, a comeback is not unlikely.

Tim Cone, the coach of Ginebra, remarked, “I never worried about him having a bad night because he reacts constantly for us.

“Justin is unafraid of us. He’s the last thing on our minds.”

After having his worst shooting game in PBA history, JUSTIN Brownlee promises to recover.

In a 95-82 defeat to TNT Tropang Giga that tied the Governors’ Cup finals at one game each, the Barangay Ginebra resident import was restricted to an all-time low 18.8 percent clip from the field and reflected the offensive difficulties of the reigning champions.

Brownlee, 34, finished with 12 points on 3-of-16 field goal shooting, including 0-of-5 from three-point range, snapping a run of 77 games in which he hit at least one three-point shot since the 2019 Governors’ Cup.

After the defeat, the three-time Best Import winner Justin Brownlee is aware that he let the Kings down

“I believed that I could have played much better from the start, especially by myself. As an import, I felt like I somehow let my team down. I had positive moments in other areas, but I need to improve when setting those common figures for an import “Brownlee stated.

Brownlee made up for his deficiencies in other areas by pulling down 12 rebounds, dishing out 8 assists, and blocking 2 shots.

Nevertheless, the Kings needed more from him than what he provided in game one of the series, when he set the tone by scoring 17 of his 31 points in the opening period on the way to a 102-90 victory.

Nonetheless, the Gilas Pilipinas naturalized player acknowledged Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, his TNT rival, for the defense she applied to him.

“The game Jefferson played was excellent on both ends of the floor. You must commend them for recovering greatly “said he.
“You should be really proud of TNT. In terms of how they were protecting me, they changed their strategy.”

Given the frequency with which Brownlee has struggled in the past yet recovered the next game, a comeback is not unlikely.

Tim Cone, the coach of Ginebra, remarked, “I never worried about him having a bad night because he reacts constantly for us.

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